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Fresenius Kabi AG Applauds Missouri Governor for Preventing National Shortage of Anesthesia Drug


10/14/2013 9:37:09 AM

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LAKE ZURICH, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fresenius Kabi praised Missouri Governor Jay Nixon today on his decision to not use Propofol in executions. His decision helps to avert a national shortage of Propofol, one of the world’s most widely used anesthesia drugs. “I want to thank Governor Nixon for his leadership on this important issue,” said John Ducker, CEO, Fresenius Kabi USA. “This is a decision that will be welcomed by the medical community and patients nationwide who were deeply concerned about the potential of a drug shortage. We are hopeful other states follow Governor Nixon’s lead on this vital matter of public health.”

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